Proposed bids for the demolition and proper disposal of various concrete structures and other related features currently on site of the Ute Indian Tribe Bottle Hollow Complex, located on Highway 40, Fort Duchesne, Utah, will be received at the Ute Tribe Business Committee office,,, 6967 East 1000 South Fort Duchesne, UT until 3:00 p.m. MST, March 16, 2012.
The Ute Indian Tribe seeks licensed, bonded, insured, UTERO-approved contractors to enter into a demolition agreement. Major items of work include the removal and proper disposal of existing concrete features including sidewalks, curbs, planters, fountain and pool, pump pad, sewer manhole, storm drain inlets with grates, and light posts as shown on the proposed demolition plan. Other items of work include the removal and disposal of trees and tree stumps, fire hydrants and other above ground utilities no longer in service or to be removed from service. The demolition contractor will further be required to coordinate blue staking of all utilities prior to the commencement of work. Further, the contractor will be required to terminate and/or abandon in place all utilities in a manner acceptable to the respective utility company and the project manager. Additionally, the demolition contractor will be required to mark, with above ground 2x4 boards, all terminated utility end locations.
Additional items of work include rotomilling and stock piling a homogeneous mixture of removed asphalt pavement and base gravel materials as shown on the demolition plan.
The contractor will be required to restore the site to a well graded site free of rubbish, weeds, trees and tree stumps.
Demolition Contractors interested in proposing on the work are required to attend a mandatory preliminary demolition construction site meeting. Contractors interested in attending the mandatory meeting shall meet at the Bottle Hollow Complex at 11:00 a.m. on March 9, 2012.
The demolition contractor will be selected based upon the lowest responsible bid and the ability to do the work. Further, the award shall be based upon the contractors written lump sum proposal and ability to provide the above mentioned items of work. The Ute Indian Tribe reserves the right to reject any and all proposed bids.
Notice of award and notice to proceed will be provided by the Ute Indian Tribe to the successfully selected demolition contractor. Notice to proceed will be provided no later than March 30, 2012. The successful demolition contractor will be required to provide a bid bond within 2 weeks of the notice of award. Further the contractor will be required to complete the scope of work within 45 calendar days after receiving the notice to proceed. Failure to complete the work within the allotted time frame will result in liquidated damages of $1,500 per day.
For additional information and a copy of the demolition plan, contact the project consulting engineer, Greg Buxton at (435)823-5678.
Published in the Uintah Basin Standard February 21 and 28, 2012.

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